How it Works

After you have visited our website and perhaps checked out the FAQs,  read a few writing samples, and the description of services offered, please complete the contact form at: htttp://screenwritersforhire.com/contact

With a better understanding of your needs, I can answer any specific additional questions or concerns you may have. We can also follow up with a phone call, text message, or instant messenger. Whatever works best for you.

Confident we completely understand your requirements and goals, we begin by writing the treatment (assuming you don’t already have one).

The film treatment works as a detailed plan for the screenplay. It organizes, outlines, and summarizes the yet-to-be written screenplay. It contains a logline, description of each main character, and a 3 act summary.

Once you have received the treatment, feel free to provide any feedback, comments or revision requests. We will revise at no additional charge.

When you are satisfied with the treatment, we can write the full screenplay. Installments are accepted and we will even refund the cost of the treatment in the final screenplay installment!

You may order the screenplay in as many as 4 installments. In a 3-act screenplay, the first act comprises approximately 25% of the screenplay; the 2nd act is 50% and the 3rd act is 25%. Although the 2nd act is twice as long, it is made up of 2 parts. As such, you can order each 25% at a time.

After you receive each installment or part of the screenplay, provide feedback. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, just let us know. We will be happy to answer any questions and if you want anything edited or revised, just let us know in detail and we will make the changes.

When you are happy with the first installment, we will begin writing the next part.

We repeat the process until the final installment. If you paid for a treatment, we deduct that fee in the final installment.

Once you are happy with the completed screenplay, we can develop a marketing plan should you want to sell your screenplay.